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Crossing the Darién Gap: US-bound migrants marooned in Panama jungle

Migrants--13 Bangladeshis, seven Nepalis and two Somalis--arrive by boat at a riverside border police base in Yaviza, DariŽn province, Panama, on Saturday, April 4, 2015. They are part of an increasing number of migrants from South Asia and Africa traveling through the country's remote and dangerous eastern border with Colombia en route to North America.

Migrants–13 Bangladeshis, seven Nepalis and two Somalis–arrive by boat at a riverside border police base in Yaviza, DariŽn province, Panama, on Saturday, April 4, 2015. They are part of an increasing number of migrants from South Asia and Africa traveling through the country’s remote and dangerous eastern border with Colombia en route to North America.

Al Jazeera America — Panama:


Long voyage winds from half a world away in search of economic opportunity in North America

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